MRC is pleased to announce that we have been granted a license from the FCC, creating the only high school radio station in the Tri-State!
95.7 MRC Radio (WVQC-LP) features a playlist comprised entirely of music created by teens in grades 7-12 at the Music Resource Center.
The 95.7 FM signal can be heard in a 3-5 mile radius from Walnut Hills. The station is also available live on smartphones and PCs at 957MRC.com.
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Your Voice Matters
Your Voice Matters is a podcast created by Cincinnati area teens which provides them a platform to make their unique voices heard. Episodes also air on 95.7 MRC.
Students in our program develop media literacy, gain interview skills, improve their communication, and gain vital critical thinking skills. More importantly, they have the opportunity to make their unique voices and stories heard through MRC’s Your Voice Matters show, airing Monday – Thursday at 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM and available as a podcast on iTunes.
This show is made possible by the generous support of ArtsWave – Cincinnati and the William P. Anderson Foundation.
What’s Up With Mykal?
Mykal is an opinionated young woman. Whether it’s politics, social awareness, psychology, movies, or books she’s got some bright ideas on the subject and she’s ready to share!
Mykal’s show is no longer in production as she graduated and left for college in the fall of 2016. But we encourage listeners to enjoy the archives of her work!
The Rodney Carter Show
Rodney Carter loves to keep you informed on his favorite hip hop artists, pop culture, and public figures. He is currently producing new episodes for the 2016-17 school year. Catch it live Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.
Want to Be on The Air?
Any Cincinnati teen can produce content for the station any time! And radio is so much more than introducing what song is about to play. You can tell stories, do a regular talk show, produce an opinion article on an important issue, conduct interviews and more. Whatever idea you have, our staff and volunteers will help you produce it, get it on the air and make your voice heard!
The station was made possible by the generosity of Media Bridges and has received early support from Mayor John Cranley, Senator Sherrod Brown, Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, Q102 morning host Jeff Thomas and John Curley of The Afghan Whigs along with organizations including Artswave, Evanston Community Council, and East Walnut Hills Assembly.
“We are excited to provide our students with another opportunity to learn and grow,” said Karen D’Agostino, Executive Director at MRC. “Not only will our students have their music featured on the radio, but they’ll also learn how to become on-air personalities, newscasters, sports broadcasters and media producers.”